19 Unpopular "Hunger Games" Opinions That'll Have You Looking At The Series In A New Light
May the opinions be ever in your favor.
Catching Fire is both the best film and best book in the Hunger Games franchise.
Effie and Haymitch should have ended up together.
Mockingjay definitely should have been made into two films — there was too much content in the book to fit into one movie.
Katniss's prep team — Flavius, Venia, and Octavia — should have been included in the films.
Gale, at the end of the day, is an awful and selfish character.
There's nothing wrong with the "career" tributes — the ones from districts 1 and 2. It ensures glory and riches for them and their families, so they shouldn't be shamed for volunteering.
Johanna is the the best character in the series and should have gotten more page/screen time.
Katniss should have ended up alone.
The prequel series should be about Haymitch, not President Snow.
No one should be able to volunteer as tribute — if your name gets called, then you have to participate.
Effie getting added to the plot of Mockingjay made the movie better since Effie's an amazing character.
Primrose's death in Mockingjay wasn't sad.
Finnick should have lived.
Katniss shouldn't have ended up with Peeta, or even Gale. She should have ended up with Finnick.
Katniss and Peeta shouldn't have had kids at the end because Katniss spent the entire series saying she didn't want them.
Katniss is not a likable heroine.
Rue was an underrated/underutilized character that they could have used more.
Madge, who was Katniss's best friend and the one who actually gave her the Mockingjay pin, should not have been cut from the series.
Lastly, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, while great actors in their own right, were not good choices to play Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark.
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